- National and Kapodistrian University of AthensEconomics, 1976 - 1981
- Athens University of EconomicsEconomics, 1981 - 1983
- University of RochesterEconomics, 1984 - 1988
- Temple UniversityAssociate Professor of Economics, present
- Temple University
In Case You’ve Ever Wondered What Economic Sci-Fi Would Look Like…
In a recent article, labor economist David Autor was quoted as saying that “If we automate all the jobs, we’ll be rich—which means we’ll hav
Economics papers have been getting a whole lot math-ier
Equation inflation is in effect.
Benchmarking the Greece/Eurogroup Bailout Memo and Process | naked capit...
A close reading of the Greece/Eurogroup bailout memo and what it means for the upcoming negotiations.
25 Truly Terrifying Pictures Of The Snow In Eastern Canada Right Now
It's legitimately scary.
Boston mayor to residents: Stop jumping out of windows
Telling people not to jump out of their windows seems like reinforcing common sense, but in snow-ravaged Boston, stir-crazy residents don't
A Simple Model of Multiple Equilibrium Business Cycles
Noah Smith has a nice piece here on Roger Farmer's view of the business cycle. The basic idea is that, absent intervention, economic slumps
CHIMERAS: Brain mosaicism and altered gene copy numbers could explain Al...
I've tackled the problem of the missing heritability in the past, i.e. the fact that despite all the research on genetic studies and disease
Suspected terrorist attack on a free speech event in Copenhagen leaves o...
One of the event's speakers tweeted about her speech being interrupted by gunfire.
We have to stop blaming patients for overtesting and overtreating | The ...
I've had a ridiculously busy week, and so my blogging has been on the low side. Of course, I did manage to pull out a piece on The Upshot as
Politics and vaccinations: What experts say, and what people hear | The ...
EVERY day seems to bring a new story of a politician saying something stupid or evasive about vaccines. Rand Paul frets that they might caus
How Elementary School Teachers’ Biases Can Discourage Girls From Math an...
Early educational experiences have a quantifiable effect on the courses students choose later, a study shows.